London institution to make War Crimes Commission records available for first time
A month before his death 'the commission had endorsed at least seven separate indictments against him for war crimes'
Yad Vashem centre says it has 'deep concerns regarding the inaccurate and insensitive use of terms related to the Holocaust by the White House Press Secretary'
Far-right leader denies French involvement in Holocaust atrocity despite an official apology from François Hollande. Her comments are 'a serious mistake', says presidential rival Emmanuel Macron
Paragraph 175 continued to be enforced after end of the Second World War
The elderly man's son says his father has Alzheimer's and is unfit to stand trial
President's own statement refers to 'victims, survivors' and 'those who died'
They were escaping persecution from the Nazis, but most Jewish passengers of the St Louis ship were forced to return to Europe
Israel grappling to serve needs of thousands of elderly people who lived through Nazi atrocities of Second World War
'Germans are the only people who plant a monument of shame in the capital' he told supporters
Identical pendant to that of famous diarist found near gas chamber site
German Chancellor Angela Merkel called it 'appalling' crime, but nearly two years on, no one has been arrested
Tatiana Navka says she was paying tribute to her favourite film, Life is Beautiful, which is set in a concentration camp
Latest controversial comments come as Turkey and Israel strive to improve relations
The far-right councillor appealed a suspended sentence – and was handed a harsher punishment
'Millions of refugees are homeless, hundreds of thousands of others are starved, under siege, they are human beings who are suffering a small holocaust'